By Ken Hissner: On the Commerce On line casino, Commerce, California on Mexican Independence Day Saturday over DAZN promoter Oscar De La Hoya (Golden Boy Promotions) offered within the Foremost Occasion WBA Continental Americas Light-weight champion William ‘Camaron’ Zepeda making his fifth protection destroyed Mercito ‘Guerrero No Mercy’ Gesta lastly stopping him within the sixth spherical.
Within the co-Foremost Occasion WBA Inter-Continental Featherweight champion Victor Morales defeated a recreation Edwin ‘Pupo’ Palomares regardless of struggling cuts within the second half of the battle with each eyes practically half shut.
Within the Foremost Occasion WBA Continental Americas Light-weight champ southpaw Wiliam ‘Camaron’ Zepeda, 29-0 (25), #134 ¼, of San Mateo Atenco, MEX, overwhelmed stopping southpaw Mercito ‘Guerrero No Mercy’ Gesta, 34-4-3 (17), #134 ¼, of San Diego, CA, at 1:31 of the sixth spherical of a scheduled 12 rounds.
Within the second by way of the fourth rounds Zepeda dealt out a vicious physique assault having Gesta on the protection with little return.
Within the fifth spherical Gesta had a lot swelling underneath his proper eye from the livid assault by Zepeda who went from the physique to finish with a proper uppercut on the chin on the bell. The battle was virtually stopped between rounds.
Within the sixth spherical Zepeda landed over a dozen unanswered punches having Gesta towards the ropes earlier than referee Reiss lastly known as a halt!
Within the co-Foremost Occasion WBA Inter-Continental Featherweight champ Victor Morales, 19-0-1 (9), #126, of Vancouver, WA, defeated a recreation Edwin ‘Pupo’ Palomares, 18-5-2 (9), #125 ½, of La Laguna, Mexico Metropolis, MEX, over 10 strong rounds.
Within the first three rounds Morales touchdown punches with ‘unhealthy intentions’ search for an early knockout towards recreation Palomares.
Within the fourth spherical Palomares suffered a small reduce on the bridge of his nostril from a Morales proper.
Within the fifth spherical Palomares retains coming ahead strolling into punches principally rights on the chin from Morales. Within the sixth spherical a proper uppercut from Palomares opened a reduce on the left eyebrow of Morales together with blood from the mouth. Within the seventh spherical Palomares stored the strain on Morales who countered on events.
Within the eighth and ninth rounds Morales countered effectively together with his proper towards the oncoming Palomares. Trying on the face of Morales with each eyes half shut you’ll by no means know he was effectively forward within the battle.
Within the tenth and last spherical together with his left eye virtually closed Morales had Palomares out on his toes within the last minute. He seemed to Referee Ray Corona as if for a stoppage however there was no give up in Palomares.
Scores have been 100-90, 99-91 and 96-94 with 97-93 KH.
IBF and WBO World Minimal champ Yoka Valle, 29-2 (9), #105, of San Jose, CR, made a profitable protection in defeating a recreation Maria ‘La Imparabal’ Micheo Santizo, 11-4 (6), #104 ¼, of Guatemala, over 10×2 rounds.
Within the first three rounds Valle utilizing a strong left to the chin of Santizo with each scoring effectively with no let up. Within the fourth and fifth rounds Valle landed quite a few overhand rights and left hooks on the chin of Santizo.
Within the seventh spherical a conflict of heads midway by way of the spherical triggered a reduce on the bridge of the nostril of Valle who took one other spherical searching for a knockout however Santizo takes too good a punch. Within the tenth and last spherical Valle out landed Santizo who obtained in a few rights to the chin of her personal. Referee Thomas Taylor.
Scores have been 99-91 twice and 100-90 as did KH.
Tremendous Center ‘DFG’ Darius Fulghum, 7-0 (7), #170 ¾, of Houston, TX, stopped Ricardo ‘Tyson’ Luna, 25-10-2 (16), #170 ¾, of Ciudad Nezahuaelcoyoti, MEX, at 1:30 of the second spherical of a scheduled 8 rounds.
Within the first spherical Luna suffered a reduce above his proper eye on the brow midway by way of the spherical. By the top of the spherical his face was a masks of blood. In between rounds Luna mentioned, “I can’t see because of the blood in my eyes!” He took a beating within the spherical and was dropped with a left hook on the chin for an 8-count from Referee Ray Armendariz. Upon rising the referee waved it off.
Center Eric Priest, 11-0 (7), #159 ¾, of Kansas Metropolis, KS, defeated Simon ‘Vikingo’ Madsen, 13-2 (10), #158 ½, of Horsens, DK and Cancun, Quintana, Roo, MEX, over 8 rounds.
Within the first 4 rounds this was coming off his first loss a tricky opponent for Madsen. Priest gained all 4 rounds utilizing a great proper uppercut to the chin of Madsen.
Within the fifth around the battle remained within the heart of the ring and will have been fought in a cellphone sales space. Priest rocked Madsen within the last seconds with a proper uppercut after which danced away.
Within the eighth and last spherical Priest drew blood from the nostril of Madsen halfway by way of the spherical pitching a shutout in a tricky battle for each. Referee was Thomas Taylor.
Scores have been 76-76, 79-73, 80-72 as did KH.
Tremendous Featherweight Daniel Garcia, 7-0 (5), #132, of Westminster, COL, defeated southpaw Erick ‘Aidahoe, 4-5 (1), #131 ½, of Guadalajara, Jalisco, MEX, over 6 rounds.
Referee Ray Corona. Scores have been all 60-54. Garcia’s left eyelid reduce in sixth spherical.
Tremendous Mild Alejandro Reyes, 11-0 (5), #139 ½, of Lancaster, CA, gained a majority choice over Roberto ‘Zarinana’ Gomez, 5-3 (5), #140, of Distrito Federal, MEX, over 6 rounds.
Referee Ray Armendariz. Scores have been 58-56, 57-57, 59-55.
Tremendous Bantamweight Gael Cabrera, 2-0 (1), #126 ¼, of Sonora, MEX, defeated Juan Centeno, 8-10-3 (1), #127 ½, of Managua, NIC, over 4 rounds.
Referee Jack Reiss. Scores have been all 40-36.
Light-weight Jordan Cervantes, 1-0 (0), #136 ½, of Montebello, CA, defeated Giovanny Meza, 0-5 (0), #137 ¼, of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEX, over 4 rounds.
Referee Ray Armendariz. Scores have been all 40-36.
Ring Announcer Joe Martinez